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Hand back tests
Discuss any question from the videos
Start Chapter 14: Reaction Rates/Chemical Kinetics (pages 1-6)
What Influences Reaction Rates Exploration (Gizmo Exploration)
determine at least two variables that could affect reaction rate
determine how you will test the effect these variables will have on reaction rate
create a table to collect data (what data do you need to collect)
experiment
create a particle drawing with explanation to represent effects
create an energy profile or diagram of the reaction to represent effects
HW: Finish Reaction Rates Exploration explanations and complete Exit Slip in Wrap Up, read Chapter 14 pg 573-576 and 580-584, 591-596, review Chapter 14: Reaction Rates/Chemical Kinetics (pages 8-14 and/or watch Rate Law Video and Rate Constant Video
MU: Review PowerPoint pages above and come in after school to make up Reaction Rate Explorations as described above and do HW.
Discuss exploration, exit slip and any questions you have
Demos: particle size/surface area (lycopodium powder), catalyst (hydrogen peroxide and manganese oxide)
Energy Diagram/Profile for a reaction
affect of catalyst on profile
Review Chapter 14: Reaction Rates/Chemical Kinetics (pages 8-14)
HW: Do Ch 14 #4, 7, 16, 53, 54
MU: Review PowerPoint pages above and do HW.
Review HW Ch 14 #4, 7,16, 53, 54
Discuss calculating units for rate constant
AP Released FRQs 2008 Form A #3 d,e and f scoring guide, 2009 Form B #2 scoring guide
HW: Finish AP FRQs linked above
MU: Review PowerPoint pages above, do FRQs linked above
Review AP FRQ questions
Continue Chapter 14: Reaction Rates/Chemical Kinetics (pages 15-23)
start textbook assignment
AP Released FRQs 2009 Form A #3d and e and 2010 Form B #6
HW: Finish AP FRQs linked above, do Ch 14 #27, 30, 32, 68, 70 and study for Reaction Rate Quiz
MU: Review rest of Chapter 14 PowerPoint linked above, do AP FRQs linked above, and textbook assignment in HW..
Review textbook assignment Ch 14 #27, 30, 32, 68, 70
Reaction Rate Quiz
Continue Chapter 14: Reaction Rates/Chemical Kinetics (pages 24-33) (Integrated Rate Law PowerPoint to support)
Do integrated rate law practice at end of Kinetics Review
Wrap Up/Launch
HW: Finish practice problems from Kinetics Review and watch Integrated Rate Law and Half Life and Types of Catalysts videos
MU: Come in before or after school to make up Reaction Rate Quiz, do integrated rate law practice problems and do HW above.
Half Life of a Chemical Reaction
what does it mean
how does it relate to rate constant in first order reactions (look at half life equation on equation sheet)
how does it apply to radioactive decay
Comparing Catalysts
what are the types, what are the features of each type of catalyst and how are they used to affect reaction rate in the real world
Work on Kinetics Review
HW: Finish Kinetics Review and watch Equilibrium Video and Reversible Reactions Video
MU: Get notes from someone in class, do Kinetics Review and watch Equilibrium Video.
Review Kinetics Review
Start Chapter 15: Chemical Equilibrium (pages 38)
HW: Watch Equilibrium Constant and Reaction Quotient Videos
MU: Get HW checked off, review PowerPoint notes, review Part 1 and do Part 2 of Bean Equilibrium Activity.
Discuss questions from videos
Continue Chapter 15: Chemical Equilibrium (pages 39-54) Writing equilibrium expressions and Q vs K
Do practice problems within PowerPoint
HW: Read Chapter 15 pages 627-634 Do #14, 16, 22, 24 and if you have time finish practice AP problem linked above and try to do as many equilibrium practice problems as you can (usually #1 on each FRQ, but always found somewhere on each released test) as well as continue to study for AP Exam.
MU: Review practice problems within PowerPoint pages above, do Practice AP Problem linked and textbook HW
Review textbook assignment Ch 15 #14, 16, 22, 24
Continue Chapter 15: Chemical Equilibrium (pages 55-69) discuss ICE methods for solving equilibrium problems
do practice problems within PowerPoint
Work on textbook assignment below
HW: Read Chapter 15 pages 644-656 and Do #40, 42, 44, 46, and 50
MU: Come in for quesiton on textbook assignment from last night, review PowerPoint pages, do textbook assignment above.
Review HW problems Ch 15 #40, 42, 44, 46, 50
Review the difference Types of Equilibrium problems
solution, gas, solubility, acid-base
determine solubility and strength of an acid or base from the equilibrium constant
discuss strategies for taking the AP FRQ- how to most efficiently spend you time
work in groups to practice strategies on FRQs 2014, 2015, 2016
HW: Finish any missing work, read Chapter 17 pages 737-750 do #48,49 and watch Le Chatelier's Principle Video and Equilibrium Disturbances Video
MU: Come in and get help with homework assignment and review linked released FRQ, do textbook problems and watch Le Chatelier's Principle Video and Equilibrium Disturbances Video
Review Ch 15 #44, 46, 48, 49, 50
Continue Chapter 15: Chemical Equilibrium (page 70-76) Le Chatelier's Principle and Free Energy and Equilibrium
do practice problems with in PowerPoint
Start textbook assignment
HW: Read Chapter 15 #52, 54, and Chapter 19 pages 826-831 Do #74, 78, 80 watch Acid Base Equilibrium and pH & Buffers videos
MU: Review PowerPoint pages linked above, do practice problems within those pages, do textbook assignment and watch videos linked.
Review textbook assignment Ch 15 #52, 54 and Ch 19 #74, 76, 80
Review Acid-Base Notes (pages 1-26)
do wipe board particle drawing of strong and weak acid, strong and weak base
identify acid-base, conjugate acid-conjugate base pairs in drawings
discuss amphoteric substances
Titration Curves and Titration practice problems on page 152-153 from text (real world applications of titrations).
work on Acid-Base AP FRQ Released Questions (finish 2011 Form A #1)
HW: Finish 2011 Form A #1
MU: Review PowerPoint pages linked above and do practice problems within them, do FRQ linked above and watch videos linked to HW
Review FRQ questions
Continue Acid-Base Notes (pages 27-40)
work on more released FRQs (2010 Form B #5, 2009 Form A #1, 2009 Form B #1)
everyone do one in class, can use AP resources to help if you get stuck
meet with others who solved same problem to discuss who will present what portion
share out with other groups how you solved each portion of the problem
Wrap Up/Launch
HW: Finish released FRQs
MU: Review pages of Acid-Base Notes linked above and do linked FRQ questions.
What is half-equivalence point on a titration graph? What occurs at that point?
Review how to use FRQs to help you study for AP Exam
Teach each other the FRQ questions you worked on in class (2010 Form B #5, 2009 Form A #1, 2009 Form B #1)
get in your group, go over each question to check your answers and decide who will teach each part
take turns teaching each FRQ
HW: Finish any missing assignments and do as many FRQs as you can to study for AP Exam (can rewatch pH & Buffers video)
MU: Make sure you know how to do the Equilibrium FRQs (do at least 1) and you review what happens when various acids and bases behave in water or with each other. Be able to identify acid base conjugate pairs.
Finish last FRQ teaching (2009 Form B #1)
Do Acid-Base Buffer Demo
Review last few equations regarding acid base calculations on equation sheet
Do some practice problems
HW: Read Chapter 17 pages 723-729 Do #19, 22, 24, 29 and watch Electrochemistry Video
MU: Read Chapter 17 pages 723-729 Do #19, 22, 24, 29 and watch Electrochemistry Video
Review HW problems Ch 17 #19, 22, 24, 29
Introduce Electrochemistry
What is it based on? What are the two main types? What are the integral parts of each type? How does it work?
work through activity and answer questions at the end
HW: Finish Voltaic Cell Simulation answer questions at the end
MU: Do AP Writing Equation Question linked above, get notes from someone in class and go through Voltaic Cell Simulation.
Day 1 Voluntary Review: Atoms, Periodic Table and Bonding, (#1-10 on Review Sheet)
Reviews from Units throughout the year:
Review for Chapter 1-4 Test (review answers)
Review for Chapter 6 and 7 (answers)
Review for Chapter 5, 8.8, 11.4 and 19
Review for Chapter 14, 15, 16, 17 and 20
Review Voltaic/Galvanic Cell Simulation questions
Compare Voltaic/Galvanic Cell to Electrolytic Cell
Review how to use electrochemistry equations
AP Electrochemistry multiple choice questions (#223-235)
Electrochemistry (2014 #3, 2013 #2e, 2012 #6, 2011 Form A #3 d-g, 2010 Form A #6, 2009 Form B #6, 2008 Form A #3, 2007 Form B #3, 2006 Form B#2)
HW: Work on released Electrochemistry FRQs
MU: Get notes from someone in class and work on Electrochemistry released FRQs linked above.
Day 2 Voluntary Review: Molecular Geometry, Hybridization, Stoichiometry and Chemical Reactions Thermodynamics(#11-33 on Review Sheet)
Review any Electrochemistry questions or released FRQs
Work through more FRQs together in groups (2014 #3, 2013 #2e, 2012 #6, 2011 Form A #3 d-g, 2010 Form A #6, 2009 Form B #6, 2008 Form A #3, 2007 Form B #3, 2006 Form B#2)
HW: Work on released Equilibrium or Electrochemistry FRQs
MU: Work on Electrochemistry released FRQs linked above.
Day 3 Voluntary Review: Finish Thermodynamics, Gases, Liquids, Solids, Solutions, Reaction Rates and Laws, (#34-46 on Review Sheet)
Review Keys to Passing the AP Chemistry Exam (what's on the test)
In table groups work through another complete FRQ 2014, 2015, 2016
HW: Study for AP Exam
MU: Study for AP Exam
Day 4 Voluntary Review: Equilibrium, Acid/Bases and Electrochemistry (#47- on Review Sheet)
Review for Chapter 14, 15, 16, 17 and 20
Start reviewing labs
Day 5 Voluntary Review: Labs
Determination of Empirical Formula for a Compound (Purple Haze Lab: Empirical Formula of Copper Iodide)
Decomposition of Sodium Thiosulfate to Determine Rate Law: 2009 Form B #2
Identify Identity of Unknown: 2008 Form B #5 and 2004 Form A #5
Colorimetric (Spectrophotometric) Analysis: 2006 Form B #5, and 2003 Form A #5
Molarity Activity: 2007 Form B #5b, 2005 Form B #5 a, 2006 Form A #5d,
More Free Response Released Questions
Review Lewis Structures (2009 Form B #5a, 2007 Form B #5a and 6, 2005 Form B #8) ,
Electron/Molecular Geometry and Hybridization (2006 Form B #6),
Electron Configuration, Quantum Numbers, Periodic Trends (2007 Form B #6, 2006 Form B #7, 2006 Form A #8),
Gas Laws (2009 Form B #3, 2005 Form B #6),
Enthalpy, Entropy and Free Energy (2009 Form B #5, 2008 Form B #6, 2007 Form B #1, 2006 Form B #3, 2006 Form A #2, 2005 Form B #7),
Reaction Rate and Rate Law (2009 Form B #2, 2008 Form B #2, 2006 Form A #6, 2005 Form A #3, 2005 Form B #3),
Wavelength, frequency and energy (2007 Form B #2 b,c),
Intermolecular Forces (2008 Form A #6, 2006 Form A #6, 2005 Form A #7, 2005 Form B #8 c, d) and
Acid-Base Titrations (2006 Form B #1, 2005 Form B #1, 2004 Form B #5)